Section: News

What’s next for Maxwell Farms Park?

What’s next for Maxwell Farms Park?

A BMX bike track, Frisbee golf course, tennis court, lights for the playing fields, an off-leash dog park, and nothing at all. Those... Continue

Readers Poll

Readers Poll

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Saddles Steakhouse welcomes new pastry chef, Ellen Silverstein

Saddles Steakhouse welcomes new pastry chef, Ellen Silverstein

(photo credit: Saddles Steakhouse) Sonoma’s favorite (and only) steakhouse, Saddles, welcomes Ellen Silverstein as their new... Continue

Update from the Springs

Update from the Springs

Gina Cuclis on the area’s hot topics. Art by Michael Acker  Read More →

Goals and good intentions

Goals and good intentions

At the end of 2013, Sonoma City Council took another stab at setting goals for itself. The 2014/2015 goals can be found on the City’s... Continue

‘State’ department

‘State’ department

Interviews are coming up for Girls and Boys State, the national leadership program that invites select teenage delegates to a prestigious... Continue

Local reps push to ban GE fish

Calling current FDA actions inadequate, a bipartisan group including U.S. Reps Mike Thompson and Jared Huffman have introduced legislation... Continue

Cut down 17 Sonoma oak trees?

Cut down 17 Sonoma oak trees?

Some can’t see the forest for the trees. Others see trees and visualize sewer problems and lawsuits. The owner of Sonoma Courts Shops,... Continue

McDonald, Doobies to play relocated music fest

McDonald, Doobies to play relocated music fest

The City of Sonoma has approved event producer Bruce Cohn’s plans to move his annual Fall Music Festival from his Glen Ellen... Continue

Pier steps down as Boys & Girls Clubs chief

Pier steps down as Boys & Girls Clubs chief

After eight years as executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley, David Pier has resigned, effective February... Continue